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Subject:1000000 million From:John Ahlstrom <jahlstro -at- CISCO -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 5 Dec 1996 08:30:10 -0800
I previously wrote:
Stephen Victor wrote:
> I agree that UNIX shops tend to use Frame, primarily because it's one of
> the very few UNIX DTPs out there. I'm not really horrified at the
> thought of using Word; I'm more horrified at the thought of Microsoft
> trying to do UNIX programming. :)
Fear not. Last I heard, Bill said he wouldn't
write Unix products till Unix sold 1000000 million
machines a year.
That should have been "...1000000 machines a year."
I doubt that will be noticeably sooner than 1000000 million machines
John Ahlstrom jahlstrom -at- cisco -dot- com
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